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Bleaching/Toning Charts
« on: 19 Apr 13 / 08:21 AM »
Here's a couple of charts for the stages hair goes through while lightening as well as how to colour-correct and tone hair.

Stages While Bleaching.  NEVER bleach to white.  It's not on the chart for a reason--your hair will go there, but it will be completely fried when it reaches that level.



Colour Correction Chart (toning).  You want a diluted version of the corrective colour.  It goes both ways, as well--if your hair is too ashy and you want to warm it up, add a bit of yellow.

 
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Re: Bleaching/Toning Charts
« Reply #1 on: 19 Apr 13 / 02:01 PM »
These are brilliant... so are you!  :D  Thanks for posting them!!!
 

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Re: Bleaching/Toning Charts
« Reply #2 on: 19 Apr 13 / 02:05 PM »
Thanks for this. I'm now sure that I'm in the gold stage but my ends are stained. Its good to know that I won't have far to go if I did want to consider BB again.
 

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Re: Bleaching/Toning Charts
« Reply #3 on: 23 Oct 13 / 01:23 PM »
This is helpful, as I haven't known how to identify my "level" yet.

Good information to know where I am and what I want to achieve... and better yet, determining strength of peroxide required!
 

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Re: Bleaching/Toning Charts
« Reply #4 on: 04 Dec 13 / 02:46 PM »
Peeerrfect Post.
 

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Re: Bleaching/Toning Charts
« Reply #5 on: 29 Mar 14 / 02:16 PM »
Thought I would add this one to the great ones Intemp already posted. Thought it may be helpful to see examples of the underlying pigment how it looks in hair too :)
Always remember to consider what your hair is going to feel like after processing it BEFORE you do it! Test strands, treatments/oils are important when it comes to hair, but the most important thing is patience!
 
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